chiropodist


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chiropodist

[kə′räp·əd·əst]
(medicine)
One who treats minor ailments of the feet. Also known as podiatrist.
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She is not a long-suffering victim of ill-fitting footwear - Joan is a chiropodist.
Chiropodists need to have a sensitive manner, good communication skills and the ability to get on with all types of people.
Laura, 24, a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, said: "There are differences between the NHS and private work and I felt it best to gain the experience of both.
According to the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, proper foot care should be as much a part of our daily routine as brushing our teeth.
Bethan Humphreys Riley says her Machynlleth-based Back Pain Centre has been listed in the directory under chiropodists.
Before qualifying as a chiropodist Ms Scott spent 21 years as a nurse.
I regularly visit my chiropodist and get tremendous relief for a while but is there a cream I could try between treatments?
The 34-year-old mother of one, from Streetly, Birmingham, says she's been left with a permanent dislike of cheese since she trained as a chiropodist after leaving school.
n If you have concerns about your child's feet, see a state registered chiropodist.
Michael Douglas is the spy, Albert Brooks - known as the West Coast's Woody Allen - plays the chiropodist and the happy couple are Ryan Reynolds and Lindsay Sloane, who were both in TV's Sabrina: The Teenage Witch.
As well as providing specialist training for GPs and community-based nurses, the Trust has a community dietitian to advise diabetics as well as a chiropodist and community pharmacist with a special interest in diabetic care.
CHIROPODIST Laura Dicken has put her best foot forward and moved her Saltburn clinic to bigger premises.